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HELP: Multiple Floors in 3D with reduced File Size How can we plan mutiple floors (at least 8-11 Floors) within one drawing, including all interior design aspects (Furniture, Accessories, Lighting, Surfaces, etc.), and keep the size of the file/drawing reasonable. The drawing size is a normally a problem after 3 floors.
Hi, With the integration of multiple view panes in VW2018, I thought we would be able to open 2 different vwx files and place them next to eachother. But if I have 2 files in VW2018, for example file A and B. When I create a floating view pane in file A and then reactivate file B in my mainwindow. The floating view pane of file A dissapears. It reappears when file A is reactivated. What I'm trying to achieve is the following: have 2 windows of 2 different files open next to eachother. The screenshot below is made by opening File A in VW2018 and file B in VW2017: Wouldn't it be great if we could create a seperate viewpane by dragging the tab of a file out of the mainwindow? For example: If we drag the tab untitled6 out, it creates a viewpane containing untitled6 and Untitled5 stays active in the mainwindow? Thank you, Bert
Hi All, We're having a pretty serious problem with the space label tool right now, and I'm not sure if this is just affecting us or widespread. Basically, we set up multiple space label tags (in order to be read at difference scales - some show more or less information than others). For some reason the 'allow multiple space labels' box in advanced settings seems to keeps unticking itself. See vid below.. Any ideas?? Thanks, A
It would be useful if you could deselect multiple objects with a drag box. This would be similar to the current function when holding 'shift' and drag marquis around, which deselects selected - but also selects unselected. Maybe holding down 'ctrl' could only deselect, and holding down the apple key could only add. Or perhaps an option for the selection tool, to only add or only remove.